• Un immeuble à moitié vide au milieu d'un vaste chantier de construction. Quelques occupants, oubliés de tous, qui résistent à l'expropriation. Un soir, ils célèbrent la sortie d'un livre consacré à leur combat. Mais tandis que la fête bat son plein, Hella, auteure du texte, et Molly, auteure des photos, se retrouvent face à l'encombrant cadavre d'un homme. La décision qu'elles prennent alors va lier leurs destins, inextricablement. En un savant va-et-vient entre passé et présent, le récit des événements qui les ont conduites au drame révèle d'inquiétantes zones d'ombre. Un suspense brillant doublé d'un réquisitoire contre l'urbanisation sauvage, la gentrification et les violences faites aux femmes.
    «Superbe... captivant... choquant.» The Times

  • Haine pour haine

    Eva Dolan

    Ils ont été assassinés à coups de pied, dans la rue, sauvagement. Leur seule faute : être étrangers. Quant à leur agresseur, il n'a même pas songé à éviter les caméras de surveillance. Visage masqué, il s'est planté devant elles pour signer son acte barbare d'un salut nazi. Et comme si cela ne suffisait pas à la section des crimes de haine, trois travailleurs immigrés sont renversés par un chauffard qui prend la fuite. L'inspecteur Zigic et sa partenaire, le sergent Ferreira, reçoivent alors une consigne claire : ne surtout pas ébruiter la piste raciste auprès des médias, que les deux affaires soient liées ou non. La ville de Peterborough est déjà au bord de l'implosion. D'ailleurs la police n'est pas la seule à s'inquiéter : pour Richard Shotton, député local d'extrême droite en pleine campagne électorale, ce serait une publicité fort malvenue...
    Entre jeux de pouvoir, haines identitaires et crise économique,
    Dolan dresse un portrait acerbe et lucide de l'Angleterre.

  • Les chemins de la haine

    Eva Dolan

    Pas de corps reconnaissable, pas d'empreintes, pas de témoin. L'homme brûlé vif dans l'abri de jardin des Barlow est difficilement identifiable. Pourtant la police parvient assez vite à une conclusion : il s'agit d'un travailleur immigré estonien, Jaan Stepulov. Ils sont nombreux, à Peterborough, ceux qui arrivent des pays de l'Est, et de plus loin encore, à la recherche d'une vie meilleure. Et nombreux sont ceux qui voudraient s'en débarrasser. Les deux policiers qui enquêtent sur le meurtre, Zigic et sa partenaire Ferreira, ne l'ignorent pas. N'éliminant aucune piste, le duo pénètre dans un monde parallèle à la périphérie de cette ville sinistrée par la crise économique, là où les vies humaines ont moins de valeur que les matériaux utilisés sur les chantiers de construction. Là où tous les chemins peuvent mener au crime de haine.

  • Anglais Long Way Home

    Eva Dolan

    The launch of a major new detective series from the publishers of Henning Mankell, Jo Nesbo and Fred Vargas A man is burnt alive in a suburban garden shed.



    DI Zigic and DS Ferreira are called in from the Peterborough Hate Crimes Unit to investigate the murder. Their victim is quickly identified as a migrant worker and a man several people might have had good reason to see dead. A convicted arsonist and member of a far-right movement has just been released from prison, while witnesses claim to have seen the dead man fighting with one of the town's most prominent slum landlords.



    Zigic and Ferreira know all too well the problems that come with dealing with a community that has more reason than most not to trust the police, but when another migrant worker is attacked, tensions rapidly begin to rise as they search for their killer.

  • Anglais Tell No Tales

    Eva Dolan

    The car that ploughs into the bus stop early one morning leaves a trail of death and destruction behind it.



    DS Ferreira and DI Zigic are called in from the Peterborough Hate Crimes Unit to handle the hit-and-run, but with another major case on their hands, one with disturbing Neo-Nazi overtones, they are relieved when there seems to be an obvious suspect. But the case isn't that simple and with tensions erupting in the town leading to more violence, the media are soon hounding them for answers.



    Ferreira believes that local politician Richard Shotton, head of a recently established right-wing party, must be involved somehow. Journalists have been quick to acclaim Shotton, with his Brazilian wife and RAF career, as a serious contender for a major political career, despite his extremist views, but is his party a cover for something far more dangerous?

  • Anglais After You Die

    Eva Dolan

    Dawn Prentice was already known to the Peterborough Hate Crimes Unit. The previous summer she had logged a number of calls detailing the harassment she and her severely disabled teenage daughter were undergoing. Now she is dead - stabbed to death whilst Holly Prentice has been left to starve upstairs. DS Ferreira, only recently back serving on the force after being severely injured in the line of duty, had met with Dawn that summer. Was she negligent in not taking Dawn's accusations more seriously? Did the murderer even know that Holly was helpless upstairs while her mother bled to death? Whilst Ferreira battles her demons, determined to prove she's up to the frontline, DI Zigic is drawn into conflict with an official seemingly resolved to hide the truth about one of his main suspects. Can either officer unpick the truth about mother and daughter, and bring their killer to justice?

  • YOU CAN RUN FROM YOUR PAST. BUT YOU CAN'T RUN FROM MURDER. The body is found by the river, near a spot popular with runners.With a serial rapist at work in the area, DI Zigic and DS Ferreira are initially confused when the Hate Crimes Unit is summoned to the scene. Until they discover that the victim, Corinne Sawyer, was born Colin Sawyer.Police records reveal there have been violent attacks on trans women in the local area. Was Corinne a victim of mistaken identity? Or has the person who has been targeting trans women stepped up their campaign of violence? With tensions running high, and the force coming under national scrutiny, this is a complex case and any mistake made could be fatal...

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